At Pure we believe that with the right support you can find the right career and stay in employment.
Our Supported Employment service is for adults aged 18+. We can help if you have, or fall under any of the following:
- Learning disabilities
- Mental health issues
- Young people in care
- Young people with additional needs / learning difficulties
Our experienced employment team offers a bespoke service to both clients and employers.
- work to identify the best job for you
- prepare a CV
- look for the right job
- show off your skills at a working interview
- support you as you learn your new job
- provide monitoring support in work
- keep in touch if you have any problems
We can also help if you are worried about losing your job.
We can talk you through your options to find what is best for you. Our service is holistic and tailored to your individual needs. Advice on the impact to benefits is offered and working hours are sourced from one hour to full time.
Simone was finding it difficult to find a sustainable job but with the help of a Pure Employment Officer her life has been transformed. Read Simone’s Story here.
Many employers are recognising the advantages of having a diverse workforce that better reflects society. By seeing past a learning difficulty or recovery from a mental health issue they find dedicated and capable employees. Our Employment Officers work hard to find the right person for the right job and the support we provide is for the employer too. We are always here to answer any questions at any stage and provide one-to-one support as clients settle into their new role.
Employers we have worked with include:
- The Botanist
- The Alchemist
- Westfield Minibus Service
- Poppies Cleaning Company
- Cheadle Hulme School
- Buxton Rd Cafe
- Manchester City Council
- Living Ventures
- Olive Cafe
- The Produce Hall
- Sports Direct
If you are an employer interested in learning more about accessing our recruitment processes please contact:
They would love to hear from you.
We match the right person with the right employer, benefiting both. It is all a question of the right support.